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Outstanding ERAU Researcher of the Year Wins $1.3M NASA Award

In summer 2021, Embry-Riddle’s Dr. Aroh Barjatya and his students will launch two identical rockets from tiny Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands, northeast of Papua New Guinea, thanks to a new $1.3 million NASA research award.  “End-to-end … [Read more]

FSGC Fellows part of a UCF Team Discovery that Could Allow Travel from Coast to Coast in Under 30 Minutes

2 FSGC fellows from the University of Central Florida, Jonathan Sosa  and Jessica Chambers, are part of a team under the leadership of Dr. Kareem Ahmed, have made a discovery that could allow travel from Coast to Coats in under 30 minutes. Dr. Kareem … [Read more]

Analyzing the Risks of Space Radiation – FSGC Sponsored research at FIT

Analyzing the Risks of Space Radiation As space tourism inches toward reality, and with a push for humans to reach Mars by 2030, health concerns for this growing number of would-be astronauts are increasingly relevant. Florida Tech College of Engineering … [Read more]

Florida Poly students identify new way to create oxygen in space

Florida Poly students identify new way to create oxygen in space Janelle Irwin Taylor Florida Politics Florida Polytechnic University researchers are working on a breakthrough technology that could simplify the way oxygen is created for such … [Read more]

Novel Materials for Building on Mars- FSGC funded project

Novel Materials for Building on Mars - Univ. of Miami, College of Engineering. Mars, the fourth planet from the Sun, has been the subject of fiction, scientific research and engineering since the 1800s. It is the most accessible place for life … [Read more]

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